Three students from the Drexel University College of Medicine have been named Albert Schweitzer Fellows for the upcoming year. They will work on yearlong service projects that aim to improve health conditions for underserved populations in the Philadelphia area. According to the Schweitzer Fellowship website, it is “a one-year interdisciplinary, mentored fellowship program focused on […]
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Drexel alumnus Joel Gerstman recently returned to his hometown of Maple Glen, Pa., after spending two years working for the Peace Corps in Surat Thani, Thailand. After graduating with a degree in finance in 2009 and feeling unfulfilled after three co-ops and a year working in the field, Gerstman decided to join the Peace Corps. […]
For those of us already struggling under the weight of renewed classes after a long winter break, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is likely a very welcome day to catch up on sleep. But, as inviting as a three-day weekend may be, we feel compelled encourage the Drexel community to get out there and make […]
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